Troy Deiler didn’t know what to expect when he went to look for a man reported to be sleeping in a bunker dug deep in the woods of Wisconsin. The Marathon County deputy sheriff certainly didn’t think he would find the hideout rigged with a tin-can chimney, eight solar panels and an antenna taped to a tree that snaked down to a flat-screen TV, he told The Washington Post. Those oddities Deiler noticed as he climbed atop the bunker last week were just the first clues to a wanted man’s meticulously planned effort to avoid incarceration. Authorities say 44-year-old Jeremiah Button dug the refuge and packed it with supplies to evade, for three years, charges of child sexual assault, possession of child pornography and incest. The bunker was hidden away on state lands where Button claimed he sometimes made small talk with hikers. Colleagues at the sheriff’s department with more than 20 years’ experience would later tell Deiler they’d never seen anything like it. “To see somebody be able to make that commitment to not being found and surviving in the woods and using a little bit of ingenuity to survive. … This is probably a once-in-a-career kind of thing,” Deiler said. Button, who was...